Unless I am mistaken Dwarves have a higher winrate than Eldain, so I do not see where the "[...]/Eldain" comes from and being barely above 50% is not exactly problematic.Season of the "Bear". If by "Bear" they meant "Eist/Cleaver/Eldain".
Seem pretty obvious those three cards led to three new, dominant decks. With an honorable mention to Brouver.
Unless I am mistaken Dwarves have a higher winrate than Eldain, so I do not see where the "[...]/Eldain" comes from and being barely above 50% is not exactly problematic.
To be honest the fact that Dwarves are >= 50% winrate is suprising me quite a bit.
Oh, so I'm not the only one who noticed.Fake, considering NG being a heavy counter for arachnas
PS: I tryed to play MILL deck of my own design, but i am always matched against other mill or SK who always have a Lippy in the hand, what kind of data might be collect in those rigged match ups?
(EDIT) I also want to bring attention to 'Force of Nature' (Koschey), its one of those decks that doesnt get much attention but regularly has great results in these winrate data, better than Carapace/ kelly which gets much more discussion.
Personally, i really struggle vs Koschey decks, i even lose to them when i go to R3 with CA, not really sure how to counter, ive tried locks, copying the Koschey, even Yrden and im never in a position where i know i'll win for sure.
THANK YOU!!!! Finally someone looks at win rates AND play rates. I consistently see people here look at each in a vacuum as if there isn't correlation between the two.Force of Nature has practically no control at all.
You can hardly tech against a deck with a playrate of 1.29%...
SY has usually enough control to stop Thrive engines.
Vij and very greedy engine decks can do more points in a long round 3.
In a long round 3 you overswarm with Caranthir and Koschey and can't play your last card(s). Against NG with spies a long round 3 is unplayable.
I'm not so sure whether Caranthir is really a good card in this deck.
lol it's statistics, inferring information is kinda what it's about. Sure there are other factors that matter beyond just the result but we also play the game, we aren't just looking at numbers we contribute to them so I certainly wouldn't describe it as you have.People read way too much on a table with numbers that shows just the end of the line rather than the whole line (which we cannot see) and how things evolved.